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Moments ✤ Moments Download ➸ Author R.J. Scott – Thomashillier.co.uk An actor on possession charges hell bent on destroying his own life meets a man who uietly works to make the world a better place Jacob Riley is a typical Hollywood former child star with issues He ha An actor on possession charges hell bent on destroying his own life meets a man who uietly works to make the world a better place Jacob Riley is a typical Hollywood former child star with issues He has already done prison time and at the age of twenty six has been arrested againEthan Myers is the owner and manager of Macs an education center providing teaching and learning to local low income families Losing his partner to cancer leaves him lost and alone and he buries himself in his work to start to mend his broken heartSparks fly when Jacob has to complete his community service at Macs Their relationship grows against a background of disenfranchised street gang members arson the Oscars and despite their prejudicesCan Jacob Riley be saved.

10 thoughts on “Moments

  1. Wendy Wendy says:

    This was a nice enjoyable readJacob is a famous actor and recovering addict He has been sentensed to 4 months of community service at Mac's because of possession I didn't really like Jacob in the beginning He was a bit of an entitled assholeMac's is runowned by Ethan He threw his heart and soul into it after the loss of his lover Ethan was a good guy he was considerate and sweeta total opposite of JacobThese two don't start of on the right foot but as we all know hate can uickly turn to lustThis also means that Jacob's behavior does a 180 That doesn't mean everything is all sunshine and roses though They have plenty of things to work out The background story envolves the other residents and family membersEven though I enjoyed reading this one there were a few things that bothered me which are Jacobs fast 180 and the misunderstanding at the end This is personal thoughmisunderstandings and miscommunication always make my eyes twitch This review has been posted on Dirty Books Obsession

  2. Amanda Amanda says:

    Jacob Riley is our run of the mill celebrity cliche recovering addict and pissed off at the world He is a self entitled jackass without remorse He had a deal to get out of prison by serving a three months community service Ethan Myers is a pretty mellow character that had a lot on his plate trying to run his community center with minimum fund is not a walk in the park The last thing he needs is to babysit a celebrity brat The story started off promising with an enemies to lovers vibe I love those Jacob is so hateful and a class A jerk of epic proportion He had too many issue to count but most of it was not being explore Ethan is dealing with grief of his own by losing his lover but it isn't a big deal for their relationship developmentWhat really threw me is how easily Jacob just change There is a mentioned of the time he spent at the center but I didn't actually get to see his transformation He just became a change man in my eyes just after one incident But for what is worth I do like the Jacob 20 I didn't even expect him to be the caring one in the relationship and doing all the right things As for Ethan I expect him to put up a bit resistance in starting a sexual relationship with Jacob seeing as he is sort of in charge of overseeing Jacob's community service Bottom line is for such a set up I'm expecting a bit drama and complication

  3. Cole Riann Cole Riann says:

    The selling point in this book by far were the two amazing characters that sit at the front of the cast Jacob and Ethan are dynamic multi faceted characters who are both lost Ethan may have a better hold on his life and he may have somewhat of a family that he has made for himself but he is still mourning the loss of his partner and is drowning in the debt and work that his operation needs to remain available to the community And Jacob is probably the most angry hateful spiteful self entitled character I’ve ever read He is so involved in his own misery that he lives in a world created in his own mind where he is God Judge and Ruler of All Things For a pretty big chunk of the novel Jacob is a repulsive character He might turn you off he says some terrible things that will offend you no doubt but that is the point — so we can see that he is Narcissus and the personification of misery by his own design Ultimately this leads me to the problem I had with the story He is made out to be so utterly despicable that it is almost impossible for him to redeem himself in my eyes He does redeem himself but it is a little too much for me to believe He undertakes a journey in the novel and partway through has an epiphany brought on by outside events his growing attraction to Ethan and a purging of his own thoughts through writing It seemed to come on so fast though and then overnight he was a different person The story does go on to explain how this happened and why but I think in real life there would most likely be a grey period where he was both angryhurtful and contrite all at the same timeFor the full review visit Reviews by Jessewave

  4. Bubbles Hunty Honest & Direct Opinions Bubbles Hunty Honest & Direct Opinions says:

    A beautiful story and great writing Loved it Omg the new cover is ugly Don't let the new and unfortunate cover stop you from reading this book The story is really great I read the original edition but don't think it changed much

  5. Heather C Heather C says:

    Loved it Even though it was sweet and sappy I could not put this book down Ethan was so adorable and Jacob was so full of himself and yet so vulnerableI recommend it

  6. Meggie Meggie says:

    The story was just partly simple but so good written I just loved it We didn't get just plain two main characters or lovers but whole bunch of interesting people who made this story complete I really enjoyed the change in Jacob life his change as a character true the storyhis love toward Ethan It really was an awesome story HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BOOK The only negative point I have is the feeling that the ending was rushed not talked out between Jacob and Ethan

  7. Mirjam Mirjam says:

    Jacob Riley a famous actor and recovering addict who has been sentence to four months of community service instead of prison His father arranged for him to be placed under the supervision of Ethan MyersEthan Myers is the owner of Mac’s Education Centre providing teaching and learning to local low income families Jacob arrives at the centre hating every moment he had to be there and being a complete and utter brat Blaming everyone for his predicament but himself and not recognising his self destructive tendencies for all and everyone around him Jacob and Ethan definitely butt heads but way too uickly the two grow somewhat towards each other and give in to the simmering attraction that was there from the beginning Fantasizing It was those freaking lips lips born to be wrapped around Jacob’s cock And those liuid chocolate eyes that showed so little He could imagine them looking up at him Ethan’s mouth closed round his dick Jacob’s hands curled into Ethan’s short hair holding him still and just taking his fill fucking his mouth Jacob was a little bit unsettled by the whole attraction thing mostly because it punctured his carefully manufactured ‘heartless bad boy’ imageEthan too has his fantasies about Jacob He sighed because when he looked at Jacob it was difficult to see past the petty arrogance and childishness to the man below Yet for that split second as he had looked into Jacob’s blue eyes he’d felt a surge of attraction to the idiot Shit shit shit Think with your brains not with your dick So why was it that even though he knew what Jacob was like he had gone from soft to achingly hard when Jacob had casually looked him up and downBut uickly they form a respect and friendship Jacob understands and a values what Ethan does at Macs and finds himself intrigued and participating In the process he also gives himself permission to learning about himself why he is so angry and disappointed in his life and the people in it Unsurprisingly Jacob takes responsibility and finally allows himself to heal Ethan sees him trying and helps him and in the meantime the men find than an attraction between them The story is told from both men POV’s in the third person I found the ending to be a bit out of the blue I would have wanted to have at least a hint towards the actions of someone who was and stayed sincere towards Jacob And Ethan drinking in front of Jacob the addict and alcoholic celebrating and relaxing with beer and wine? Overall the story is uite compelling in the beginning but flattens out a bit at the end “I’m not gonna fuck you Ethan” Jacob whispered into Ethan’s skin stopping to kiss every inch of skin he found “I’m going to make love to you”

  8. Beck Beck says:

    I loved the characters I loved the premise for the story I loved the secondary characters The angst wasn't too invasive The sex was hot So Why 3 stars?Possible spoilersThe writing style was choppy awkward I often had difficulty working out who was talkingthinking had to stop re read sections to sort out what was happening The scenes jumped around too much as well I have come to expect a superior writing style from Scott so was doubly disappointed by the awkward wording phrasing paragraphing This story felt 'unfinished' to meThere was a lot of unexplored background that was never developed in the book Jacob supposedly so 'bad' he needs to return to jail or community service yet his only 'crime' given detailed explanation in the book was childish petulance I was left wondering how such a hard core addict could recover stay sober with so little apparent difficulty His sobriety was too 'perfect' for want of a better word Ethan was a character that alluded to depth of feeling with his panic attacks need to serve to overcome grief but this facet of the storyline was left under developedThen there was the developing relationship Ethan crossed so many lines by starting his relationship with Jacob both personal professional His original 'hate' of Jacob is too uickly swamped by lust Ethan is Jacobs 'jailer' sort of community supervisor yet his remorse over breaking that professional code by sleeping with Jacob is too brief shallow to be believable Then there was a tantalising glimpse of Jacob needing to bottom for Ethan before Jacob suddenly becomes über Alpha dominatingThere was a lot of good elements to this story but I felt that they weren't developed well I got the impression that this book was rushed unfinished that if it were reviewed edited; expanded re organised it would be a great readOriginally posted on com

  9. Nic Nic says:

    This was a enjoyable story Read while on holiday I wasn't looking for anything too deep and heavy and this fitted the bill perfectlyIt was a little unexpected at times From the blurb I expected a lot selfish behaviour from Jacob Yes the beginning of the book provides his background and a glimpse of his previous attitude but once he moves into Mac's place he settles relatively uickly I think this uick tempering of his behaviour made it easier to understand Ethan's attractionEthan is very inspiring a good man doing good things He has suffered loss in his life but hasn't let that stop him moving forward That is why his commencement of a relationship with Jacob is surprising However if you overlook the potential inappropriateness of him having a personal relationship with a client he and Jacob make a great couple The turning point for Jacob comes midway through the book All I know Ethan is that coming in and meeting you has been a catalyst I want to be good whatever good is I want to try I want to say I am sorry to my family I want to know where I went wrongFrom this point the men need to face a number of issues that threaten their relationship from gang members violence Jacob's father and their own miscommunicationI found the book a great blend of romance sex interesting story and with a little bit of drama thrown in

  10. Jay Jay says:

    I was skeptical at first But I got hooked The troubled rich spoiled bad boy pulled me in I enjoyed how Ethan and Jacob grew together and was left wanting RJ Scott has a beautifully written book with tension and drama that kept me hooked All the characters are all well defined Ethan and Jacob are great together in a truly believable relationship despite their differences The sex scenes are beautifully written do not overpower the story but serve to enhance the reading experience

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